The Camargue, a territory at the crossroads of the Gard and the Bouches du Rhône, the Languedoc and Provence, the Rhône and the Mediterranean.
In the Rhône Delta to the south of Arles, the Camargue covers an area of 1500 km² between the sky, the sea and the sand. In a landscape of ponds and lagoons, horses and bulls roam freely amongst the pink flamingos and hundreds of other animal and bird species.
On foot or horseback, discover its ranching culture, its traditions and its towns with their rich past, the sea and the ponds, enjoy aquatic activities or just lazing on the beach. You will be spoiled for choice!
A historic town of ancient origins
A seaside resort in the Camargue
Unreal citadel posed in the middle of the marshes and lagoons
Capital of the Camargue, seaside resort and place of pilgrimage
City of art and history at the gates of the Camargue
A city in the countryside with exceptional Provençal scenery, the Crau.